Hundreds of fans gathered at a suburban theatre to catch a glimpse Khan as he unveiled the trailer of his film 'Jai Ho' this evening. "I do not consider myself that way (Rajnikanth of Bollywood).
As a person, if I come close to him, I would be really happy," Khan told reporters here. Directed by Sohail Khan, 'Jai Ho' is the story of a man who fights against injustice. "I stand for justice every say.
I consider myself as a common man as I do things which a common man does in day-to- day life.
Like I ride bicycle, rickshaw, I prefer taking fresh air while travelling in car, etc. Whatever I am today...a superstar is because of my fans. If they wouldn't have loved my first film Maine Pyaar Kiya, then I wouldn't be here," Khan said.
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